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Will travel 3 miles

$30 per hour.

4.78 87 ratings

I have an MA in mathematics and have taken multiple courses in differential equations including ODE's, PDE's and numerical methods. I have tutored students in differential equations before. I have a BA in mathematics from Ohio State University and am working on completing an MA in mathematics at the University of Kansas. I have taught many of the lower-level math courses offered at KU and have tutored students in many of the upper-level courses. I have a pretty wide availability this semester and can meet you either in Anschutz, Watson, or some place else in Lawrence if it is more convenient. [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

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Hi I did take Mathematics course during my B. Sc. and differential equations are significant part of that course. I have a Master's Degree in Physics in 2008 and Ph.D. degree in experimental nuclear physics. In my current work doing research in experimental nuclear physics, solving differential equation to find an analytical solution" is also a part of my work. So I think I am qualified to teach this subject to all levels. I earned a Master's Degree in Physics in 2008 and Ph.D. degree in experimental nuclear physics in 2012. I think everybody can learn Physics and Math and these are i [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

4.8 51 ratings

I have taken the course Ordinary differential equation, and I will be taking a more advance ODE class next semester. I have aced almost all the exams when I took the class. I have tutored students in this course for two semesters. I usually go over the review materials with an easier approach to the problems. Mainly the ways to solve different differential equations. I have been a student tutor since freshman year of my high school, I am currently a sophomore at the University of Kansas. I have finished all the basic math courses up to Math 590, I will be getting into some graduate level class [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$30 per hour.

4.92 39 ratings

I received an A when I took this course, and I use the material extensively in my engineering coursework. I have tutored one student in the class; I helped him improve his grade to an A- by the end of the semester. I'm a graduate from the electrical engineering program at UCLA, and am currently employed in Woodland Hills. As an electrical engineer, I have a firm grasp of mathematical concepts and can effectively communicate ideas. These skills in addition to my eight years of tutoring experience, make me excellent at explaining material to students in a variety of ways, so as to fit the needs [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.85 52 ratings

I have taken Differential Equations once as an undergrad and received an A at Missouri Western State University and twice as a graduate student in Theory of Ordinary Differential Equations I and II and received a B and a B+ respectively each at Missouri State University. Description: Graduate Differential Equations I: Theory and application of boundary value problems; periodic solutions; linear systems with periodic coefficients (Floquet theory); two dimensional (autonomous) systems limit cycles. Differential equations under Caratheodory conditions; and theory of differential and integral in [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$28 per hour.

4.73 11 ratings

I am a professor of physics and astronomy at Baker University. I teach upper level courses that require ordinary and partial differential equations (ODEs and PDEs). Since there is no PDE course, and the ODE course is offered sporadically, I teach ODEs and PDEs over several semesters in my upper level courses (Electromagnetism, Dynamics, Astrophysics, Quantum Mechanics). I am a Baker Professor with 15 years' experience in teaching Physics and astronomy at all levels. I also taught some engineering and math. Choose me as a tutor, and know no fear! Problem solving in science and technology, and [more]

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